CANON:INCREASES VIETMAN PRODUCTION

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CANON:INCREASES VIETMAN PRODUCTION

 user 2006-04-05 at 11:51:00 am Views: 45
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    Canon to increase locally-made parts to cut costs
    march
    2006 The Canon Vietnam Co. Ltd. will increase the proportion of
    domestically-made parts it uses in its production of printers in a bid
    to cut production costs, a company’s senior executive said on March 24.
    The
    Japanese-invested company will also boost production of major parts at
    its factory in Vietnam, Canon Vietnam General Director Sachigo Kageyama
    further said.
    The General Director called on the Vietnamese
    Government to map out a master plan on developing the accessories
    industry in Vietnam, with policies attracting foreign investment.
    Canon
    Vietnam has so far increased the number of domestic parts suppliers to
    46 from a mere seven when it began operating in Vietnam in 2002.
    Canon Vietnam is the country’s second biggest company in terms of sales revenues, with US $410 million reported last year.
    Alongside
    an inkjet printer factory at the Thang Long Industrial Zone in Hanoi,
    the company, which exports all of its products, is building a laser
    printer factory in the northern province of Bac Ninh, which is
    scheduled to start operation by April 2006